In Jemison, Alabama, circa 1986, performing Webb Pierce's 1953 honky-tonk hit "I'm Walkin' The Dog."
Same show: "High On A Mountain."
Again, the same show: Bill Monroe's 1954 instrumental "Wheel Hoss."
In Louisiana, May 1991. The song is Bill Monroe's "I Hear A Sweet Voice Calling."
Their spin on the 1988 Patty Loveless hit "Blue Side Of Town" comes from an appearance on "American Music Shop," a program from cable's long-defunct TNN (The Nashville Network) that ran from 1990-1993. AMS featured one act a week and often focused on more traditional country or bluegrass acts rather than stars.
"Beauty Of My Dreams" from the same episode and yes, it's the same song covered by Phish. Sitting in (or standing) as second fiddler is none other than Allison Krauss.
Ought to be a great concert. Kudos to the Festival for Bluegrass Day. Last year, Ricky Skaggs, this McCoury, Peter Rowan (like Del, another Bill Monroe alumnus) and Greensky Bluegrass. Nice!